You know, I read this article (or another on the same subject), and came away wondering what these “victims” were hiding. I dont see any judge refusing to reconsider their ruling on non-payment when presented with evidence of payment, and definitely not if shown that their judgement was based on fraudulent documents.
The people in the story said things like “if a payment was missed, it must’ve been a computer error”. First problem is, if you know no payments were missed, you say that no payments were missed; it’s pretty disingenuous to criticize the lender for claiming you missed a payment and in the same breath acknowledge that you may have in fact missed a payment. Second, if a payment was missed, regardless of why, then you did in fact breech the loan terms and the fallout is exactly what you should’ve expected. Obviously I dont know any more than what was in the article, but the whole thing wreaks of people upset they were held to the terms of their loan and werent given a free do-over when they screwed up.